judaspriest640 Judas Priest have announced that they have added a some additional dates to their tour. They are listed below and indicated with an asterisk.

In related news, since its release on July 8th, Redeemer Of Souls has sold around 32,000 copies in the United States in its first week landing it at the number six position on The Billboard 200 chart, making this the band’s first album to ever land in the top ten.

Redeemer of Souls 2014 dates:

*** new date announced

Oct-1 Rochester, NY Main Street Armory
Oct-3 Hammond, IN The Venue at Horseshoe Casino
Oct-4 Louisville, KY Louder Than Life Fest
Oct-6 Montreal, Quebec Canada Bell Centre
Oct-07 Rama, Ontario Canada Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
Oct-09 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
Oct-10 Atlantic City, NJ Harrah’s
Oct-11 Mashantucket, CT Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino
Oct-14 Lowell, MA Tsongas Center at UMass
Oct-15 Allentown, PA PPL Center
Oct-17 East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center
Oct-18 Pittsburgh, PA Petersen Events Center ***
Oct-19 Detroit, MI Fox Theatre
Oct-21 Kansas City, MO Arvest Bank Theatre ***
Oct-22 Evansville, IN Ford Center ***
Oct-24 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion
Oct-25 Portsmouth, VA nTelos Wireless Pavilion ***
Oct-26 Simpsonville, SC Charter Amphitheatre ***
Oct-28 Duluth, GA The Arena at Gwinnett Center
Oct-30 Hollywood, FL Hard Rock Live Arena
Nov- 2 Corpus Christi, TX Concrete Street Amphitheater ***
Nov- 4 Laredo, TX Laredo Energy Arena ***
Nov- 6 Allen, TX Allen Event Center
Nov- 7 Austin , TX FunFunFun Fest
Nov- 8 El Paso, TX Don Haskins Center ***
Nov-10 Los Angeles, CA Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE ***
Nov-12 Phoenix, AZ Theater at Jobing Arena
Nov-13 Highland, CA San Manuel Casino
Nov-14 Las Vegas, NV The Pearl
Nov-16 San Jose, CA City National Civic ***
Nov-18 Salt Lake City, UT Maverik Center
Nov-19 Denver, CO 1STBANK Center ***
Nov-21 Boise, ID CenturyLink Arena ***
Nov-22 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome ***


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    • Marty on

      Louder than Life..HERE WE COME! Then Pittsburgh on the 18th..New record is incredible!

  • Ken on

    Where is the Houston date? Possibly November 1?

    • Dana on

      Not sure Ken,

      I got the tour dates directly from Priest’s official homepage. One would think they would have the complete listing?

      Dana from ET.com 🙂

  • brian on

    If ticket didn’t cost so dam much I loved to see these guy but considering the ticket prices are higher than my mortgage payment I think I’ll stay home which sucks that put on a great live show.

    • Ken on

      Denver tickets are $45-$65. Hardly a mortgage payment.

    • Brian Bulakites on

      Not in CT I gate tee that nothing’s cheap in CT LOL

    • Brian Bulakites on

      Boy my spelling sucks Mohegan sun is the only concert place near me so there is know way the tickets will be cheap.

    • talktopete on

      LOL!!!! What kind of house do you live in??????? a 70.00$ mortgage payment?? You must’ve had a great realtor!!!! Just kidding brother, I know times are tough. It will be a great night though, and if you don’t go, the moneys just gonna go towards a bill. Don’t forget to jump off that hamster wheel once in a while, you only live once.

    • Brian Bulakites on

      The Mohegan sun tickets are only 70? For that I might go! But in the past tickets for concerts there have been a lot more. Prices must have gone down. Due to lack of ticket sales there. But not everyone’s right all the my bad. Thanks for oiling the hamster wheel.

    • metalmania on

      Site says Mohegan Sun tickets are $55 – $75. Not sure what additional fees there may be on top of that though, I’ve been to shows where it’s another $20 in fees on top of the base ticket price (Pure BS that is, I can see a couple extra $ but $20!?!?!?!). I guess I need to decide soon whether I’m going. This isn’t the full arena there, but looks like a mid sized theater so it could sell out sooner.

  • DC on

    Let me be the first to say: FUCK YEAH, BABY!!!!!

  • Medved on

    SO THERE NOVEMBER 8TH!!! Already purchased my tickets through Priest’s web site yesterday. The addition of these dates indicates an increased demand for the band, and hopefully they’ll add even more dates on their U.S. tour. Would love to see them more that once if possible. It would had been better had Priest toured with ACCEPT instead of Steel Panther! Was glad to see “Redeemer of Souls” debut at #6 on the U.S. charts, although I was hoping it would debut #1 like Black Sabbath’s “13” did. Either way it’s good to see Priest still DELIVERING THE GOODS in 2014, even with the departure of K.K. Downing. If anything they seem reborn with Richie Faulkner now in the band. Hopefully they’ll still be around for another couple of albums and tours. ROCK HARD, RIDE FREE!!!

    • Richman on

      When you listen to REDEEMER OF SOULS, along with 13 and CLOCKWORK ANGELS, you have to be impressed with the fact that this genres top artists are at the top of their game. It’s older but you can include BLACK ICE as well. We all know these guys ages so we can’t expect many more but it’s great for now. BACK IN BLACK, HEAVEN AND HELL, BRITISH STEEL and MOVING PICTURES all came out around the same time during a glorious time for metal. One-third of a century later, the elite are still killing it.

    • The Coyote on

      I first saw Priest in ’76 and have seen them between 70 and 75 times. They are the all time greatest…. but I saw Accept two weeks ago, and Priest CAN NOT tour with them….. they’d LOSE !
      Remember the feeling the first time you saw “Touch of Evil” & “Metal Gods” Live ? That pretty much sums up the current Accept tour.

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